But here, I will say it anyway…. the Charlotte Bobcats are off to a promising start.
Bobcats Assistant coach Pat Ewing hopped on with Frank and Yarbs to discuss the upcoming season. Ewing talks about the Bobcats expectations and who he expects to step up this year. Will Al Jefferson be […]
The Last Word 4-23-2013 – Ben Swanson, editor of SB Nation’s Rufus On Fire, joins Lewis to discuss the Bobcats’ 2012-2013 season and to look ahead to free agency. Was the season a success? Should the Bobcats retain Mike Dunlap? How much should they offer Gerald Henderson in free agency?
The Mac Attack’s Colin Hoggard joins Lewis for a full-scale “State of the Bobcats” podcast. They debate the most pressing big picture questions facing the franchise as the 2012-2013 season ends. Can this season be viewed as a success despite the record? Does head coach Mike Dunlap deserve a second season? Which players on this roster project to be long term starters? Who should the organization draft in 2013?
Lewis Woodard chats with Ben Swanson, editor of the popular Bobcats’ blog Rufusonfire.com.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Charlotte Bobcats NBA Summer League team will include four current players and two rookie draft choices, the team announced Monday night.
So last night I went to my first Bobcats game to see what all the fuss, or lack thereof, was this season. A few words came to mind as I watched the Bobcats taking on the Bulls: lackluster, uninspired and pathetic. So here is my recap of one of the worst basketball games I have ever seen.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Bobcats coach Paul Silas says he’s “permanently” moving rookie Bismack Biyombo to center where he’ll backup starter Byron Mullens.
The Drive Friday 6-24-11- Kemba and Bismack both stop by the WFNZ Doghouse to talk with the Drive about the draft experience and their expectations for the Bobcats.
See photos from the 2011 NBA Draft Presented by KIA at the Prudential Center on June 23, 2011 in Newark, New Jersey.